Who should you start? Who should you sit? To help you set your fantasy football lineups and to avoid starting a player who won't be in the lineup, we'll post fantasy-relevant updates and analysis here as NFL teams release their inactives, typically about 90 minutes before kickoff.
Josh Allen is a legitimate MVP candidate. While he might still be the third choice to win the award behind Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes at +1200 odds, Allen certainly deserves to be in that conversation.
Do you need replacement options for injured or bye-week players? Or are you merely dealing with depth issues? A roundtable of fantasy analysts are here to identify some choice names to consider each week.
Well, that was one for the books. Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks looked in complete control from start to finish in their 23-17 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday Night Football.
I’ve preached patience in keeper fantasy football leagues from the very start of this unprecedented NFL season. As if injuries weren’t difficult enough to navigate, COVID-19 has made it that much harder to forecast which players will be available from one week to the next.
The goal of the weekly waiver-wire column here on ESPN is to look forward and advise our loyal readers of the best and most important pickups of the week. I'll start the Week 9 column with a lesson gleaned from Week 8: The waiver wire is a weeklong process.